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BUSINESS MANAGER: 
D wight Chinnoch 

ADVISOR: 

Dr. Lawrence Marx 



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Ailer April 1. 1944, 53,00 



COED1TORS: 
Florine Lindow Louis Stacker 

ASSOCIATE EDITORS: 
Margaret Klinner Lila Dantetson 






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THE STOUT INSTITUTE 

MENOMONIE, WISCONSIN 




HOME ECONOMICS BUILDING 



TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL 
EDUCATION BUILDINGS 



GYMNASIUM 




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Thin \w Sloiil t . r our colkjgo f , no longor sotoly 
wllhln iho conflnoa of our small eanipuu'V/orld, 
In tliiy critical yoat of the war, Stout classfti ara 
tkttltorad through far-flung roahn&; In iho Sarvico, 
iti Induelry, and in olhor ntra logic postlona of 
l«r.d»r*hJp- 

Th# an mo cornpllcatEoEui which onvolopod the 

woild ih[<Krion0d iho publicotori of our TOWE-R, 

bul overwhelming Enloroal demanded thin all- 

i*ludonl year book. Oito aomoatsr was gone 

Willi no photographic record of modem acllv- 

lllos, Many of our folEaw-studentif were gong, 

loo — f Ighllng for Stours way o! life — not on £h* football ftold. but on larger roughs 

dirtier aoll, with opponent who know no rulon of fair play ond with no roloroo to blow iho 

whtalla when iho going la tough, II waa passible lo oalcii vivid gflmpaon oE thoir kall&dlo- 

people ojtjwi EoncoH, howovor, through photographs nwit hy their parents. Wo anticipate that 

Iho ranks wo have Indicated arc droady oui-datod, for ranks chango, and all Stout mon 

ilao rapidly to greater hoighls. But In thla rx>ok you will find thel: atalua as of surly J 944, 

Th<* name InloroHt which d*mqmd«d a year book created tl, Photographa in number* groat 
onough to fill sovoral annuals poured Into Iho Tower ofllco, Wo bocarno ao tmproasod with 
Ihom that wo found ourselves crowding the plcluroa (or fear o! loalng a one, and ddoling 
Iho Inlcrrnal script wo selected (o style our Tower. We have wanted this to be, In every 
uenao, a sludonl publication* And ao It Is , * .bitlll of your materia t a and of your time. 





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When your work at 
Stout is completed, 
the preparation for 
your chosen profes- 
sion will not be fin- 
ished. Though we 
feel that your train- 
ing has laid a fine 
foundation upon 
which to build a 
successful career, if 
your studies stop, 
few promotional op- 
portunities will be 
found along the 
road you travel. 

Laboratory and 
shop demands up- 
on your time have 
been heavy during 
your four years at 
Stout. Because it 
was necessary to 
become proficient 
at many skills, little 

time was left for cultural studies. Further preparation in the broader fields of education is 
essential to winning respect and confidence in any community. The study of history, litera- 
ture, and the social sciences should absorb a considerable portion of your leisure time, for 
without this knowledge your civic interests and contacts will be materially limited. 

Social contacts are important to you who desire to influence the opinions of the people to 
whom you are responsible. Familiarity with the home life, the problems, and the ideals 
of the community in which you serve should help in establishing respect and the rapport 
necessary between the school and the home. Effective teaching and intelligent leadership, 
whether in or out of the classroom, have never been more necessary than they will be dur- 
ing the initial period of your professional activities. May your performance reflect credit upon 
your Alma Mater. 



BURTON E. NELSON 



- • . and Ute 2>eand 




CLYDE A. BOWMAN 

Dean of 
Industrial Education 



RUTH II MICHAELS 

Dean of 
Home Economics 



Trn.i i&nhiiiN4 k;i men wllh Htroru; twhnti'ul 
i r ■ ■ i r 1 1 1 ■ i id (o loach— ha* Incn* ■ 

gi«ally In 1hls day ol m&chanlzsd wnr 
and pxpandudl deltHnne activity. Clyda A> 
Bowman, Dmin ol [nduitrial EduraHon, hem 
kept n<* I'lvlBlon W«I3 abroa*! ol tho Hn»»n. 
Am f "Hi \< r i '1 Su nicnii, Dwin Bow- 

ffl hue tlevalopod tin oulnlandlng graduate 
school desllntd lo arMo-ve twn greatm 
i ni Hon In th* pOit-ww world. 



A former Sleul ImiUlute ilud*nt h*rs*l| 4 Dton 
Jiuih L' Mlchaeta hap qui nod (he retfpact of 
the women piudonio and ol lh* wemwn (etc- 
billy by hoi ufrlllly lo underlak* and OOn 
any tank regard!*** of Its mag nil-. 
hm direction lh* cunicutum hon Iwwti e*> 
frilly T«*viw.*d lo keep poc*> wUh tj 

una need* ol -of Id. Wo 

oomJdw hot an truthorHy on Horn* Ego- 

I and an unusually capable a 
Iftlruloi. 




OuA fyaouttif, 



STEPHAN, A. STEPHEN 
Social Science 



McCALMONT, MARY 

Chemistry 



MARSHALL, ANNE 
Biology 



COX, ELEANOR H. 
Chemistry 



TUSTISON, F. E. 
Physics and Mathematics 



RICH, C. L, 
Physics and Mathematics 



NIELSON, ELIZABETH 
English 



CALLAHAN, GERTRUDE L. 

English 



PRICE, MERLE M. 

Dean of Men, Social Science 



ERICKSON, MARCELINE 
Speech 



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CARSON, LILLIAN 

Art 



BAKER, WILLIAM 
Graphic Arts 



FARNHAM, EMILY 
Art 



CARLSEN, DARVEY 
Graphic Arts 



ANTRIM, KETURAH 
Physical Education 



VAN NESS, HAZEL 
Clothing 



GREEN, DANIEL 
Graphic Arts 



JOHNSON, RAY C. 
Physical Education 



JETER, LILLIAN 
Clothing 



RAY, J. EDGAR 
Graphic Arts 




CRUISE, M. W1NONNA 

Nutrition 

ROGERS, MABEL C. 
Foods 

BUCHANAN, LOUISE M. 
Foods 

HADDEN, ANN 
Institutional Management 

WALSH, LETITIA 

Home Economics Education 

JOHNSON, DOROTHY 
Home Economics Education 



TRULLINGER, GLADYS 
Home Management 

SMITH, MRS. BENITA G. 
Nursery School 

HARPER, MARGARET 
Home Economics Education 

MOORE, MILDRED 
Home Economics Education 




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MARX, LAWRENCE N. 
Psychology 



WIGEN, RAY A. 
Industrial Education 



BROWN, ARTHUR G. 
Industrial Education 



CHINNOCK, DWIGHT D. 
General Metals 



NELSON, PAUL C. 
General Woodwork 



HANSEN, H, M. 
General Woodwork 



KEITH, FLOYD L. 
General Metals 



MILNES, H. C. 
General Metals 



KRANZUSCH, RAY F. 

Electricity and General Mechanics 

GOOD, HARRY F. 
Electricity and General Mechanics 




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O'BRIEN. GERTRUDE M. 
Registrar and Placement Secretary 

FUNK. 3. M, 
STB AND. MYRTLE Business Manager 

Assistant Librarian 

FRQGGATT, LILLIAN 
BECKER, MINNIE Librarian 

Sea-glory to the President 

FASBENDE& BERNADINE 
ROEN, RUDOLPH Oifio© Assistant 

Suserinte.ndenl of Buildings 

5TRQZINSKY, H. O, 
Cruel Engineer 



HOWISON. MRS. BEULAH 
Assistant Librarian 

WINSTON, AGNES 
Giftce Assistant 

PROUDLOCK, MRS. DELLA 

College Nurse 



SPEIDEL, SARAK 
Office Assistant 

BRYANT, DR. GEORGE 
College Physician 




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As the clock on the Tower 
marks lhe approach oJ each 
new hour, we swarm from class 
lo doss. One hour finds us 
making poslfy or operate a 
lathe, the nexl 4 diving In (he 
pool or attending a lecture on 
economics. Between limes you 
mtght look for us ot the Inn, 
guzzling a coke, or slopping off 
a I Log's for a pencil. Comes 
noon, there's a mad rush for the 
cafeteria line or the dorm din- 
Ing room, and o few minutes oH 
to read our morlK Then we dash 
back to classes to paint a mural 
or lo participate in a pane! 
discussion on war marriages. 

Stout's unique combination of 
technical and academic courses 
adds variety to our work. Yet 
Mickey— as well as the rest of 
us— finds her thoughts drawn 
away. It fust is true — we miss 
our men. 





IE you ve never learned to wink before 

you El do so whon learning to use a 
microscope in Biology, Bui who knows 
an omoeba or a Paramecium, who'll 
appreciate our attention! - - And If the 
odor ol rotten eggs, ether, or formalin 
bothered you belore— you'l! get over It 
alter your courso In Chemistry. , r . Tho 
Physics Lob Is the scene ol precise 
calculations In problems employing 
Boyle's Low, Inertia; and the accelera- 
tion duo to gravity — and woe betide the 
student who errs even slighlEy. 




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Reproaonlalian In mechanical drawing 
of geomelric Jorms and perspective bv 
orthographic prolecllcn, construction of 
pans, funnels, and pipes in melal-work* 
ing dosses, instruction in type setting 
and the opewllons of (he iSnctype— all 
provide an opportunity Jar the explora- 
tion, oi mechanical skills and dolor- 
mtnation oi interests. The shops wore 
sparsely populated this year, but 
neither the Stoul tradition of high-qual- 
ily technical training nor the variety of 
Its offerings was abandoned. 




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Chic and individual 
arc Iho gaimenlo 
wo drram up in Ap- 
plied Droas D&olan, 
and drape on forms 
patterned aElor our 
own bodies Fuiuta 
Hallle Gain&<jien, 
w'ro addlclfi lor 
Vogue and Harper 
foshloriB. . . . We 
croalo In Quito, loo 
-looltag leather, 
woavintf, modelling; 
In clay or carving 
In wood ---and ttrivo 
toinrik" iti" finished 
article* ^jcprosa our 
own pof&ondlKboa. 





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Preparing tasty dishes before a 
critical audience and trying lo 
talk at the same time . . , vCrylng 
Ihe ingredients in doughnuts or 
sponge cakes In order to obtain 
a perfecl product r . . planning 
high or low cost dteis - * . seeing 
the results of nutrlltonal deficien- 
cies by e3a>erlmenltng wiih white 
rats - ^ . conducllng purveys and 
then sponsoring a breakfast cam- 
palgn , . . presenting an assembly 
program wl(h our own Frank 
Sinatra, Whoever said foods and 
dietetics courses were dull? 



Tho Cafeteria— a place where faculty and 
students moot with a common motive— ihe 
place you enter with every intention of 
limiting yourself to a sandwich but,, at (he 
end of the line, find your iroy loaded with 
the "special" — including a piece of Olgcffl 
apple pte, . , , And here are our young- 
est students . the darlings of the college. 
Some say we col lego gala got an educa* 
lion in nursery school— but confidentially 
— it'a more like ploy. . , , And remember 
how we dreaded Home 
Management? Wo did 
until we actually entered 
the House and learned 
what jolly fun it was to 
fill around with a dust 
mop, lo lake Paul out rid- 
ing, or to snalch a few 
minutes for a hand of 
bridge. 





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Oul Jlauu Seniaid, 




BUSTER HAGIWARA 
Vice-President 



LOUIS STACKER 
President 



HERBERT ANDERSON 
Treasurer 



Memories ... of this year and the preceding three . . . our 
amazement at suddenly finding ourselves classified as 
seniors . , . catching up on much needed rest after those 
nine long weeks of lesson plans, study halls, and test 
evaluations . . . the farewell parties for January grads 
. . . informal dinners in the cafeteria and parties in the 
gym . . . Louie's, Buster's, Corky's, and Herb's able 
leadership of our senior activities. . . . Buster's boisterous 
send-off reminding us of those other fellow-classmates 
now in the Service and scattered across the globe. These 
and other memories flash through our minds on gradua- 
tion day as we recall the things we were always going 
to do but never got around to doing. We feel ourselves a 
part of a transition— being at the top, yet preparing to 
start anew. What seemed to have been four years of 
chaotic college living begins to resolve into order. We 
see a plan — we become part of a plan bigger than our- 
selves or our college. 



CORRINE YOUNG 
Secretary 




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SCOOHE> ROW E&cubtrh Lm, Fa* Futraun r £uth«ryn Lyb*H F B*1!t Gitrp*r, RJin ftran, B*lly BwUmfW, H*jImH Lai- 
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Setuwtiwuld. ludlt* K»Iki>. Fulh Brown, to Ann CaaiiA»li, 
SECOHD HOW: Rviayn Scrul«b>r. Mofjctl* Bnswn*l] r Utli* X®1*tatu> l>oiOth*Q fata, Lci» Ve1w. I«n Hogmnann. 

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FrRST ROW; JanLc* Gi«t+n, Bernard Snalion, B«tiltu Bnnnw, Htltrt Xiamuuh, SfclTb* W«twr, M«wy Apn Dodgt, 

Palifc-Ui Tellord, falickda 0*1lm»l*i. 

5ECQN0 ROW: Doirold E*p(kw, Kl*lh Harlan. 1l.i |md». Hulh KHorw, Marnun-l O* 



PRESIDENT , . 
VICE PRESIDCNT 



Bob Melro&e 
Pal Telford 



SECRETARY 
TREASURER 



foyce GulllCkAQTI 
, Rulh Khnnftr 



] roithincin daze typical of any freahman claw. Wo were a band ol UmkJ d aall-consciouo- kids, 
and plenty worried when wo dSncovorod lhal tl wan our job lo docoralo the halls lor Home- 
coming. Bui we worked like bee* and proved our capability for a* ^sponslbilHy. 
The genuine chicken* and bunnies at our Barn-Dance crealed lhal en; lain almwsphere 
how did you like our Green Tea? We've learned a lol, and now we know lhal sometimes 
such beck-breaktms labor a* building our Blarney Slone la rewarded hr recognition. Or 
did our admirers kiss our Stone before Ihey spoke? Yea. we made our place ai Stoul 
got off to a good start on oui college careers. 






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$»<JY* Phyllis f^-tr-jcn, JSotietd Hn*ch, Ed Sfhwartz. 
jffornsn, BUI MttWlt, [uanlta HtffHMq^trr, Pj1 Wmvw. 



Cdtoy, L;m Pa2ra*r. Htton Vclie*. Pat Q'ScitJMr, EkvorJy Hauled. Jmtuw K::ni. fVI*n Pkh3, 
SECOND nOW faoiv Tfvrapaco MiJJncd Johnson, Lata Kluint*y#f r Elton RsLoy, Robof I Ho*H L 




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nitCT ROW: Ccthflrtn* Fauly. M^rlcn ROM. Erat CuiuTai, &»v*r*]y D* Witt, Mat»lla JtOTJfc*n»d*, Maay MwftJl*. 
SECOND ROW: Rob*(t M*rk. Mr*. GJndy* K#!t»r»], Wyttta Nettnl j<?yoa GuHidoen, An»ab#l]* Hart. HmtHi* Powm. 

I&ttoihy Rqum, 
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BtlB* Gnpil, S*rt«tary. 




STOUT STUDENT 
ASSOCIATION 

Homecoming? How 
could the S, S, A. 
sponsor such an 
ovonl wilh ihe de- 
pleted enrollment, 
gas rationing, and no 
football team? But 
we didn't lei ihese 
obstacles upset usr 
wo sponsored a war- 
1irne Homecoming 
which was a decid- 
ed success. 

Since ihe usual mid- 
win lor formal was 
oul of the question, 
ww replaced St with a 
Mask Ball. By Ihls 
Ume we were becom- 
ing adept al. substitu- 
tions. 

We bade farewell to 
our Frexie in January 
and Jo Quilling took 
over. At the onset of 
the second semester 
we concenlraiod 
elforl on placing In 
power a form of gov- 
ernment whereby slu- 
dwila could have a 
voice In solving Ihe 
problems of their 
group. Results were 
evidenced when rep- 
resenlatives were 
olecled from each 
class lo work with us 
under facully super- 
vision, 



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INTERSGCfETY COUNCIL 






OOHJS OCHOLM CHARLOTTE BAST TKEQ EENKEST LEQU flrfflOLES 

PA pTMidanl PhUo PiMfcfetti 5^ P»*Id*nt HYP PtwHmi 

OTHEfi GQUNCIL MEMBERS; Fbrtiw I4n**r. Eit*«i Balamwd, Manor* Tanz. IW Cnpan. 

The Inlersodely Council consisting of the presidents and secretaries horn each of the four 
social groups, worked diligently this year revising the rushing rules. As a result thb years 
fceshmen were pledged this spring instead of next fall. The Council makes final decisions 
concerning common problems of the lour social organisations and plans the Interscciety Tea 




jsap P«r*r*Qn. 
TnxMurmr Ekmla 
Cctpera. D-sah 

MlcK^i»l*. Advis- 
or; V Srflin hi 

facobsoft, Vic#- 
PiciJduni: L|| a 
rtantolton, T'cvai 
d»ni-»l«^ Huiti 
Mud icon. Carol 
■"*■■,: :: : - 
fury. 

PICTURE MT5S- 
m& fan* HWBl- 
Ekfcer. PtftHidfl-n!. 



HOME ECONOMICS CLUB 

The breakfast hike over dew-lilted paths to Paint Comfort . , . staling hot dog? held aver 
cneery compares . . the interdortn progressive patty beginning with the riotous mock wed- 
ding at Tainler Hall and ending with the Purple Sash Night Club at Lynwood HalL , . . 
Mr. KrtiM?.uschs attempts to (each us girts the principles of repairing electrical apparatus in 
Ine Home Mechanics class < . L the luscious Scandinavian dainties at the Yute Coffee Log 
the Blarney Stone and shamrocks at the Green Tea ... and the feverish activities for 
our Oirl Gel Your Girl" week-end . . . these were the major activities on Ihe year's calendar 
for our Home Economics Club, the largest organization In ihe college 



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<7Ue many ga& ane . . . Jltfp&uaa Society 




Neat balance of sense and nonsense — that's our Hy- 
perion Society. Trips to (he Memorial Library for story^ 
telling hour and success in sponsoring the Red Cross 
drive at Scut have been as much a part ci our calen- 
dar as ihe Ranch House rushing party, ihe Gypsy Tea 
Room with Miss Antrim's sk.HJul fortune-telling, or the 
Old Hiedelberg Inn teas whore sludonls and ("acuity 
alike dunked pretzels in their root beer. 



i'l KiSl ROW : 

ll>lri| lli-filirk, 

t.ci'U HfnnJ'l", 
I'rf ■titenl ; H-« 
birj 1(ritis<*l, 
I, nil QlHwfll 

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MM. RuH-l SttHl 
h All. 

MiUVli ROW) 
M«r Lar*an. 

llriijj. Oj|>Pt9M. 

Aninri, Ailti*- 
li illfr. f.iirllj 

Sttiii*Tl ilWK 
Kllltrli 

THIRD ROW: 

Tcjih JlknirU, 
i '.iMBi'im, 

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FIRST ROW: Helm M+yn, Gcrlh#rln« Nick, Miu H«. AdrUo 
wdckI AUlt> riti^ot, VfffePt*tid*n1: Nmwy Hobviti. Pranc 

SECOND HOW- Maiy Slpp]*. Jqy« Wlldtiw, Hmton* Rfcbardu, 
B*tia Gmp«r. Jrfaiy Rigg*n, Norma OIkto. Mary Chowan. 

PlCTURIS MtSSWG. Thte Btntan. PtwIdMHj NWn Hair 



;*, S*tt*taryr fetm Qsitfitflg, Cuua H< 
vta, 

lv Cmilrt Rulh Gtl*n: n :. A:!«1M He* 



We do J d it again— live lovely lassies on the Homecoming Court . , , the rainy hay ride to 
the coinage party . . , Jacob . , , Jo's wild apcHacos. . . , Fran's amusing impersonations and 
Dora's pantomimes. . . . The traditional black and white dresses and (he carnation ccrsages 
at Ihe Valentine Tea. We have but one regret: no Sadie Hcwkin's Week! 




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. . . . pkiUmaikean Society 




FlflST ROW; &3wn KataalMtf, SwfMttT: laatwl Nerud, Afdya Cyr. Carol Mltn**. &jnb:s Slabs, VtwPfwtfimi: Pairicia 
&}«, Patricia McKcvtv MSia Van Nmi, A^fl*M; Harm* tUmd An** MmJc HalHaci, AMdmy K(H:h, Kalhlmtn 

WenlL.::;J'. 
EECOffD ftOW- fiofflk* Blank, Marian VclqihS, Dcrcrthy NcTwcibpia/, Tkkuuhjt^ EUiatxrih Letf. ]*ans Ssail. Vomrfl" 

LaPugtf. H3ta Hyatt EUrotflib Ha*stliM-,*T f Mary Ad*1<* fowling, Lillian tvorwn. V*?ty]s T/atca:. 

PiCTUEE MT&IK& Chotkrt* @h*I. TraEdanl. 



Thanks tor the memories— of the spooky Hal- 
lowe'en Too— of clever handmade articles at the 
Christmas sals — of the alhschool dance— of our 
thrill at seeing (wo of our members become S.S.A. 
ofitcers — oE (he exdlernont and tun of (he (rip to 
the Ice Follies— and of the patama iiishing-pariy 
at K-vith's — '"We thank you, so mucht" 





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Pal/ad /Hhe*te Society 



Our pride In pretty Peggy* uifl Homecoming Queen 
. . . (he picnic at Riverside Park wllh Zimmie's 
hilarious attempts ai conduct tog group singing , . . 
iho cnudety of Ranney and Ihe rushees ort b<?mtj 
unable to open ihe cell doors at 
ihe joll , > > uie "professional" 
snaps of the gang laken in Irani 
of the Qly Hali , . „ Ihe cuckoo- 
bridge game at La Poinie's . . . 
They are all vivid pictures in our 
gallery of memories. 




FIRST SOW: Marjwy Tain, S*cibE:jty; Movtollo Rttttwy, RliiJi To &wj*[. Ulcf Dan!*!*™, Mail* fcteLsllan, Trraurar; 
Ruth. K*]*on. Mb* Rogers, Sponsor Ruth Median, 

SECOND HOW: Charge Luttwr. Vk-**Pro!d*m; CarolEm* fbhjitw. B»rjik» Barlh, Ccrrtnc Young. Mwy Ka*#r. Mor- 

Mi«y I^Kin Soman, Mlictrtrd Ztmrcwntfian. M&nr Hwfltriek*^ 
PICTURES MISSING. Dori» £fc!io!m. Pro i don 1: JCBrt Hun-^-irr. 




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FIRST ROW: D. Mertz, L. Mertz, Brimer, Edberg, Vrieze, Schellin. 

SECOND ROW: I. Larson, Kieffer, Schoenwald, Schreiber, Neitzel, Karamerude, O'Connor, 

Dodge, Frano, Towers, Reichling. 
THIRD ROW: E. Brown, Sargent, Miss Antrim, Advisor; Helm, Barnard, R, Brown, Hougard, 

DeWitt, Sleight, Kranzusch, Van Dyke, 



y. w. e. a. 



W.A.A 

Some like 
bridge and 
some like knit- 
ting, but we are 
of hardier stock. 
A bowling ball 
is right up our 
alley! Breakfast 
hikes or basket- 
ball games find 
us rarin' to go. 
Our contribu- 
tions to the 
school: the pro- 
duction of a 
glamorous, if 
somewhat 
splashy, water 
carnival, and 
the sponsorship 
of an all-school 
service flag. 



The "Y" members are congratulating themselves on the success of their World 
Fund drive. The Pan-American relations came in for much attention at their 
the main study project centered around South America. The year came to a 
the traditional Senior Picnic at Riverside. 



Student Service 

meetings, since 

fitting close at 



FIRST ROW: Edberg, Gilles, Paff, E. Brown, Hart, Savage, Secretary; Lunde, President. 

SECOND ROW: Niffenegger, Ross, Palmer, Jerde, Helm, Reichling, Brimer, M. Lee, R. Brown, Koepke, E. Madison, 

Barnard. 
THIRD ROW: Parske, M, Cox, Oettmeier, P. Johnson, M. Huntzicker, Treasurer; Brownell, Telford, Vrieze, Klusmeyer, 

Manz, Neitzel, DeBoer, Krause, Drivas, Amberg, Jain, Zander, Miss McCalmont, Advisor. 
PICTURE MISSING: Nutt, Vice-President. 




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FIRST ROW: Leslie Katekaru, Tad Miyazaki, Treasurer; Roland Krieb, Ralph Onarheim, President; Mana Minami, 

Secretary; Mr. Siephan, Advisor. 
SECOND ROW: Martin Brown, Paul Erickson, Buster Hagiwara, Harry Warden, Louis Stacker. 
PICTURE MISSING: Mr. Brown, Advisor. 



k. q. b. 



Important men— the K.F.S. Though few in number this year, you see them everywhere 
—singing in the cafeteria— serenading the girls in the dormitories after hours— sponsoring 
record hops — selling defense stamps — and even put- 
ting on assembly programs that drew 100% at- 
tendance — versatile, aren't they? 




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FIRST ROW: Louis Stacker, Editor; Jean Herring, Florine Lindow, Editor; Marian Lee, Lila Danielson, Associate Editor; 
Ruth Te Beesi. 

SECOND ROW: Margaret Klinner, Associate Editor; Mr. Chinnock, Business Manager; Dr. Marx, Advisor; Carol Skor- 
stad, picture below. 

PICTURES MISSING: Jane Huntzicker, Ruth Madison, Mary Lubs. 



§4/b edit . . . Ihb HmmmclI 




Did you ever see so many papers piled in such 
disorder — and so many people working together? 
No, it's not an office force in the Pentagon, but 
the Tower staff trying to meet its deadline . . . 
wonder whose copy that group of proof-readers 
is laughing at? What a sense of humor people 
have when they've been working excessively . . . 
lucky girls, sorting all those servicemen's pictures 
. . . mmm, food! — never knew that lunch went 
with the work or that late-leaves were given for 
staff members and volunteers. We wish we had 
less trouble getting those write-ups OK'd. . . . Here's 
hoping our editors will some day be rewarded 
for all their worry and responsibility. You know, 
Tower is a heck of a lot of work, but darn it, it's fun! 



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FtRBT WOW: MJII*^ M*rn r Edilorj \\v\i\m, Pow-n. 

IIEOOND ROW: Atql«ih Hoffman, ffUr, Fata**, Rc«**. Ha fflifl T»tfo«t 6*ow*i*. Sw. 

iMvmt, Mwirlk-, Wlldrw, rin.j»L Rlofitt, KabwI**, I 

roujtm how: lu.^^i. i rV 



WrHUiy our Alohei and nllandfwa to fh* regular STOUTONJA m«riliw m* fu*l a mall pail 
ol tho Job which we STO0TON1A m«mb*ra fac*. Tb* •flort to ctaat* ■tori* from iparw 
news no(«— ptllnq Iha buriftn oJ th* lliwtype upon our abl» Rip— wondering at Lubi' d*v*r- 
nDU ai hfllng awl«n»d lo Interview* wlih malt *u*rti"-tfi#tchtnq ih* pcrpm nq i oi# 

tiuportanl In Iho d*v«lapmeul ol ih» 
tiewopaper which fall* oil Jtm i i- ■■■ '■■< 
racb Filday morning jual In hm# to 
m««l the doadllm. How fhat umiiIsim 
Hal axpcmded Ihlft yscirt S#rvlc*nmn, 
oluimil, and toinmr faculty mambon ol 
Stout, wbarovar fhay havs bwsn, hav» 
looked loiwoul lo Ihe wwriilv aniTOl ol 
; iTOUTONIA. 




*/Aede we Aatt&k 




Hulk T» B»4*r. Cc 



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FtCTUftES M&&KG Jjtw HunSxlckmr, ttubsir Thcma*, Lonti Ode, Paul Ingw#LI. 



EICHELBERGER 

SCHOLARSHIP 

Happy little trio with brains 
plus personality! Four mail 
mid women from the junior 
and senior classes are hon- 
ored annually with Eichol- 
berger awards in recognition 
of iheir outstanding scholar- 
ship and character. Whore 
are the men? Provisions 
have been made lor them, 
too. They will utilize their 
scholarships after the war. 



PHI UPSlLON QMICRON 

High excitement prevailed at Lynwood as special delivery messages invited us to join PHI U, 
and on Homecoming Sunday when we wended our way to impressive initiation ceremonies. 
Sending the opaque projector slides and the textile boxes to home economics teachers in (ha 
Stale, holding professional meetings, editing a serai-annual Newsletter, and planning spring 
picnics for freshmen and seniors commanded our attention this year. Yes, fond memories 
will return whenever we gaae upon Ihe golden pin symbolizing PHI UPSfLON QMICRON, 
national fraternity for professional home economists. 



EPS1LON PI TAU 

Every Industrial arts student considers It a privilege to wear the key ol the notional honor- 
ary fraternity, EPSILON PI TAU, During the present year the Theta Chapter was handi- 
capped in lis activities by a shortage o! student members; mosl of the absent ones were 
serving their country, but ihe few who remained during the year published a Christmas 
Newsletter, held a spring conference and gave the traditional faculty-sponsored party. 



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FIRST ROW- Sfcc:Mrtd. lvor»an. h'.us IruLUiiMf. Advliw; Lohr»y, Luih*r„ Deride StcnUaij; KHruiw, Vlev-PiMfcteH; 

M, Lorion. Pr*fld*nl: ML*» Cfvkw, AdvUotr McKswn, Mi*. Sfnlih. frWaiMfc. K««fLb«rg. Qulilkfl, 
SE00Nt> HOW: Pf<1«iton. R«ynofc*t- Enyaw. Md_*LLaji, Lurtdi,, Mllr.oi. 14 B****. Poni*S*cn, Null. Hv**id. OHrin^ 

R#uHr, Echqflnir, 
PICTURES MISS^C* Ik»t, Trw*n[«; Eth&lm. Hurtikktr, D*on Withal. A*rt*cr ; Mitt Wd*h> Adw*, 



.... ... v 



FIRST ROW Mr. Brawfl, Vtw-Pi»ki*nti K«b«: Amdmon, PrwLdfiH: Pntitknt 

KalKHU Mr. ChlttWcfc, Mr, Good. 
SECOND ROW: Mr, Pile*. Mr. Han*4n. RaEph Oncthttm, Mf . Wlq«i. Rfltami Krt»fo. 

Mr. C&rWi, Mr. Nslscn, 
PICTURE MISSING: Ctuarl** Conrtljnart, Sweaty *md T«aiuf*f L 




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We act the pasd • 




nflST flOW Pwurhy tfenflfattq, In'.j Hvih. VtrntJU Lol N flow*, Mary PfJlck, S*«y Nmr< TrKiiiiiari 

Ptwld*rtj fa4hi*a W#ttikm* F Vk*Pr»»Ld*. ■ ' un Milnti, Bacirtary, 

. i ROW: Valarfe Paid M«iUj Drive*, lr*M Krauw, Mary f«n Arai-Pta, Fiasucrt Cw»l„ Mku Fiukum, Sponwrr 
Marian Vcight. Fmnfc. Uummrmr. Hairtol £i#v» i 



AIM' 



?pA 



j|wd in ihniJ. s f.].:ivti JJiiN yr > ir . . . ifn^ n hif c j-n-ra in Nina Girls kepi spectators on 
ihn adgai ■;! Ihtil "3 Qy Havoc was not a pkiy la put ona lo sloop, Twanly- 

1\vb per cetil ol the proceeds from Ihfr Mm |.U.iy hmnd Ita way to Oil I alter* al Ihe Sttiao 

Door Canteen, R&mojtiUir Ihe wild 
scurry lor alaga pioptiHLus. lha amtlely 
over lha \a\e turiwl oJ lh« GJ 
| [ranllc lant mlrmlo makoui. i n-Hflma? 

No, (hoy worn noon laroallon In lh» da- 
lug* ol praises after Ihe piostonlulsouu. 




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EM tM 





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We Uub food ttuUic 




., ... 

in ni. N- '>■!> 

W: Welitr*'k ' 

II.. | 
II Kill J 

mlWW, 

ning, 

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r;iVEKj The 5.S.S. In n war- 

IllIlO Jllll I ; 

TO FIND; Male volcw, 
SOLUTION; Wonwn tanori. 

DISCUSSli >N: A iliahf m#ntal 
iifii- 1:11 al Iht oultff when 
Mr. Cock» called lor ihe "men" 
Id slnq ihelr pari* , , , a ChrLil- 
rnais i. ■ .1, jmprtulv* a* 
always, with thn tayrcdd: cnn- 
ill*.- flumes canijmj a holy liuht 
over Ihe auditorium . , w Ihe 
qlow 08i the laevt oi the au- 
dience when Sky Anchor* 
Away, The Army Air Corps 
6 -n i. 'in.; I M'jn to Mum were 
playtd and flunrj , , , th*> 1 hi LSI 
Ol '.Hi l in- J lur tlin WlNhi | 
iWid^nr campaign rally , , . 
ifin direful ptanf for (he cholj 
and orchttira irlp, tin J ihen 
Ibe hlhffouii bus ride la Madi- 
son . , , om apparent non- 

chakinc* at ihe whlsltas ol Ihe service racm wo entertained, and the TOtmorim sti-^v r*--ii dialed 
«I ni'ii nlk'T star In ihe Implied auluxy ol our Service Fkra al S.S.S. alumni. 




UK HAROLD R. ODOtE CMm** d Mutk- 



! .iw«rf-n. ifohni Ifatil . 



"T ORCHFSTftA 

nftST ROW. Ciav» Ginitow, AHI^ r E*lkf H Anta Brettae, Marfan flmwrnHl. 

r,p*l<J*l, Bob Iknriin. 

■V. IJpfiv W«i*tri. l<win ThsmpApn, Ttn J*rdn- f Miry llrlrtisLhrx, n*-t Rv*a, Pullyrmn Iteylp. 

KMrl^l", PrbefUa Oiim-taf. 
ill!Fi[> HOW U\Uhmi L¥Kw, PHiiLH; HmiJd Ceofc*, DdifcU*; Nnvy Rat^ni. Mont* Slrurr! 




r>7 




CO-ED BAND 

FIRST ROW: Joan Thompson, Ila Jerde, Althea Edler, Marjorie Manz, Loris Palmer, Marjorie Brownell, Pollyann Boyle, 

Priscilla Oettmeier, Eleanor Kopischkie. 
SECOND ROW: Ruth Klinner, Mildred DeBoer, Marcella Kammerude, Joyce Miller, Helen Biehl, Sarah Speidel, Joyce 

Gullickson, Mary Reichling, Mary Huntzicker, Jeanne Kane. 
THIRD ROW: Nancy Roberts, Mary Engebrelson, Harlene Richards, Ann Hart, Bess Frano. 



Budding women musicians and voice hopefuls. . . . We in the Vocal Ensemble practiced our 
do, re, mi's faithfully every Wednesday afternoon with the hope of being chosen for Sym- 
phonic Singers in the near future. We in the Co-ed Band strutted our stuff at Homecoming 
and basketball games . . . those Blue Devil sweat shirts were not much protection against the 
breezes enroute to Riverside, but the chills were forgotten when we cooked up a little jam- 
session to entertain the homecoming crowd. 




VOCAL ENSEMBLE 

FIRST ROW: Marjorie 
Powers, Evelyn Schrei- 
ber, Ila Jerde, Donna 
Haywood, Mary Medt- 
lie, Ruth Klinner, Rose- 
mary Hebert. 

SECOND ROW: Shirley 
Uber, Lois Klusmeyer, 
Janice Green, Lucille 
Nelson, lone Larson, 
Beverly Barnard, Jua- 
nita Niffenegger, Mari- 
an Ross, Mildred De 
Boer, Pianist. 



68 



Siau&i dfii&il leia+ted , , 




H tm omingl And #ar.th»w 

.. i vrai fUlfd wiili th pUrll lhal 

makei mi • ollta* lha kind ol plaat to whli h 
■ ihuimi wknh ' tot wtin no fr#»h- 

• 'ii ill '■ im I ■ d r| - 11 " 

iii. 1 1, limi*c«l oi lliitntnq to locibail p*n 
talk*, wi» Uilcnad lo ipvachit yiv*n by 
turning wnrtetman ' ;; ' ! - 1 ' 1 i Mil,, v and 

Balutday, alumni riiurntd, wandwod und 

,1,,. . im|l|i . tmd •'! Iir«nikl<iiilit 

and lunohtom Thtw *»a» a hlSarieui alu- 
cfonl iihP-inl.iv and a i Bad |rt) d* 

Port wh> . i plenl rapkretd iht Era |iL ' 

,.-,. i. -in. I to the eym 
l,., | i.i Hom#oamlna Dane*. Out 





oampui wen vay all w*»k*nd. but b*n«*lh 

lhal gtiMv rtHM*M* lh* amtanl und 

1 1 ihcHjghtf aboul 8* ih# 

ill us an 
im. 




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o«» 




Not ail U w&dz 

The crowds wore large, ihe music good, 
and the hin-levet hlah at ihe Masked 
Boll, the Accessory Dance, and Um 
Barn Dance. We wenl )o lown, loo, at 
roller skating In the cily Armory where 
we planned for crowds targe enough 
lor Ihe expansive Floor— and we were 
never disappolnlod, nor were ihe 
crowds dls<ippoinled 11 hilarious laugh- 
tor means much. . . . And for contrast, 
there were Ihe ever-enticing Wednes- 
day lea porlies, wilh a knack lor 
friendliness and qulel, well-mannered 
living, 



70 



Thai Stout has always been a center o\ 
community hie was shown when ihe 
auditorium and ho] Is overflowed with 

farmers and townspeople who gathered to 
hear Wendol WHlfcle aiy« his presidential 
compaJqivsp&Bch, Mrs, Wlllkle accom- 
panied her illustrious husband ond 

Nation ol being an* of the 
Nation's best dressed women. 

The bond sales scorned over ihe Dunn 
: when rides Sn a jeep were 
■ ■ : isod the purchasers, . - - Ah, ihose 
g Icr tons psrrn^fi in spring and jail wUh 
the smell cE woodsmoke . . . ond ihe re- 
freshing dips in Stout's excellent pool. 





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6usi addk&U U 



^/owe^t eMall 




HBST FiOW: P-^irtn Bjwh, AiVlfl *Mi. Bill Motok, Front Duaimann. Robert Uoit, ELislot Haqjwara. Tad Mlyaiaki, 
SECOND BOW: &»niartl 8a#toen. HoEasii Kriafc, Lc*il» Kafefatru, Htarf Wead#n, Mana Minsjtii, Pon4 Erich™, 




More tamaus the in "One Man's 
Family'' is She "Fourteen Man 
Family" at Tower Hall, In spite of 
study the* e's never a dull moment. 
At] routine is broken and spiced 
by Masek's trumpet practice, the 
Hawaiions' vocalizing, Warden's 
wailing clarinet, midnight snacks, 
and the inevitable bull sessions 
aboul gals and love, and love and 
aals, and gals and life In general 



72 



i . Jlif+iutoad <Matl 



"The tantalising odor of coftco being 
waited through (he halts . , , oxdtemenl 
over Jong distance phone calls . . . the 
rush for bridge tablet after meals . r , 
tho excitement o\ a date once in a blue 
moon . . , Tad J s Ea miliar warning 
whistle echoing through the halts . . T 
late leaves when someone's man in 
uniform is home on furlough . . . what 
are we talking about? Why, Lynwaod 
Hall! 



MRS, GIFT 

E'ir -[ •:■ m 





73 



.... ^atid&i eMall 





I 



Lako Menomin echoes the sounds of Taller Hall's twenty- 
ihree girl residents , . , "Who'll land me saddle shoes aira 
b\x?" , . . "I'd trade my uilowanco for a dato' h . . . J 'Oh i I 
flunked Ihat Chern leaf , . . "Telephone, Joan" , . . °How j b 
for a coke?" . . . "Shh! foodl weVe raided the kitchen 
again" , r , "Where's lha) darn luflte?" . r . "Scraml Here 
comes MLas Phllhpa io douse 1ho (Sghls" , . . "Gee, I'm Ured." 








■-*> 



, , , - ^cUrtiefi irftm&z 




Tho Hash oi diamonds . . . corsages and bouquets from disianl 
places . . . special deliveries from lhal Certain Someone . . . 
dozens of heads popping over Ihe balcony Ihe mlnuie (he 
doorbell rings alter hours . . , boxes oJ load from home , . ♦ iho 
mad dash lor the dining room on cold winter mornings . . . 
the Job of telephone duly on Saturday afternoons. Whalla 
iSte — living wllh slxtyfour girls under one roofl 










75 



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e eaten a 



b&dt 




Menomonle la a hnvon to the lover 
of nature. AuSumn and spring 
days bring with thorn thai ouLl of 
the open sky « . . and students 
flock to Wokonda Of Riverside for 
picnics- Some slroU leisurely 
down fit leaded byways to Parch 
dLse Valley or paddle their ca- 
noes across Lake Monomin Inlo 
the shadowy coves up the river. 



76 



9*JL 



ex. 



Adams, Harland, 31 

Adams, Ilo, 21, 61 

Ahles, David, 21 

Ahlf, Arvin, 50, 61 

Algiers, Eileen, 33, 61 

Aiello, Arthur, 44 

Amberg, Mary Jean, 43-45, 58, 64 

Anderson, Bill, 35 

Anderson, Herbert, 21, 63 

Anderson, Norman J., 43 

Andrews, Elizabeth, 21 

Andrews, William, 25 

Antrim, Keturah, 9, 54, 58 

Baetson, Bernard, 49 

Bailey, James, 41 

Baker, William, 9, 61 

Bandow, Harry, 34 

Barnard, Beverly, 43-45, 58, 68 

Barrow, Bertha, 49 

Barth, Benrice, 21, 59 

Bast, Charlotte, 21, 53, 56, 63 

Beck, Gail, 46 

Becker, Minnie, 12 

Benkert, Theo, 21, 53, 55 

Benson, Willard, 25 

Bennington, James, 48 

Benzel, Edward O., 43 

Beranek, Helen, 21, 54, 63 

Berg, Donald, 31 

Berndt, Harley, 41 

Biehl, Helen, 5D, 67, 68 

Blank, Bernice, 33, 56 

Blane, Peter, 33 

Bowman, Clyde, 7, 63 

Boyle, Pohyann, 43-45, 66, 67, 68 

Boyle, William, 40 

Brauchle, Patricia, 43-45, 56, 61, 66 

Breitzman, Donald, 39 

Brill, Donald, 26 

Brimer, Doris, 43-45, 58 

Bronken, Anita, 21, 66, 67 

Brown, Arthur, 11, 59, 63 

Brown, Eva, 43-45, 58 

Brown, Martin, 42, 59, 66 

Brown, Richard, 31 

Brown, Ruth, 43-45, 58 

Brownell, Marjorie, 43-45, 58, 67, 68 

Brusen, Carroll, 46 

Brusen, William, 23 

Buchanan, Louise, 10 

Burtness, Clifford, 27 

Bryant, Dr. George, 12 

Bystrom, Audrey, 33 

Caffrey, John, 50 
Callahan, Gertrude, 8 
Cameron, Bruce, 21 
Campbell, Dora, 22 



Campbell, JoAnn, 43-45 
Carlson, Lillian, 9 
Caspers, Beula, 33, 53, 54 
Carlsen, Darvey, 9, 63 
Cass, Donald, 35 
Cave, Walter, 31 
Chartraw, Ray, 24 
Chinnock, Dwight, 11, 60, 63 
Chovan, Mary, 22, 25 
Christopherson, James, 22 
Christopherson, Faith, 50 
Christianson, Halvor, 37 
Christiansen, Maurice, 37 
Christianson, Phillip, 46 
Church, Wilma, 33 
Coaty, Leroy, 39 
Comings, Jane, 22 
Cooke, Harold, 67 
Conzelman, Charles, 22, 63 
Corsi, Frances, 22, 64 
Cowlos, Ward, 27 
Cox, Eleanor, 8 
Cox, Margaret, 49, 58 
Crosby, Kenneth, 46 
Cruise, M. Winnona, 10, 63 
Cyr, Ardis, 33, 56 

Daniels, Jean, 34, 54 

Danielson, Lila, 34, 53, 57, 60, 62, 63, 66 

De Beer, Mildred, 43-45, 58, 66, 67, 68 

Dettman, Karl, 31 

DeWitt, Beverly, 51, 58 

Dodge, Mary, 49, 58 

Doherty, James, 46 

Dopp, Robert, 47 

Dorick, Mary, 22, 55, 63, 64 

Dreyer, Sherman, 47 

Drivas, Maria, 42, 58, 64 

Du Bois, Beverly, 22 

Dummann, Frank, 43-45, 61, 64 

Dumond, Donald, 34 

Durner, Margaret, 42 

Dusold, Walter, 39 

Edberg, Peggy, 43-45, 58, 66 
Edler, Althea, 22, 67, 68 
Ekholm, Doris, 23, 53, 57, 63 
Ekholm, Leone, 43-45, 57 
Elliot, Donald, 43 
Enerson, Burton, 39 
Engebretson, Mary, 42, 54, 68 
Ericksen, Albert, 24 
Erickson, Iver, 37 
Erickson, Marceline, 8, 64 
Ericksen, Paul, 34, 59, 61, 66 
Erickson, Robert, 39 
Everson, Donald, 49 
Farnham, Emily, 9 
Fasbender, Bernadine, 12 



Finger, Alice, 34, 55, 61 
Fladoes, Clara, 23 
Frano, Bessie, 50, 58, 68 
Frels, Dorothy, 23 
Froggatt, Lillian, 12 
Fryklund, Richard, 31 
Fuller, Verne, 23 
Funk, B. M„ 12 

Galoff, Freeman, 37 
Gardener, Charles 
Gardiner, Lionel, 34 
Garrett, Betty, 23 
Gehreke, Paul, 22 
Gehring, Doris, 23, 54, 63 
Gervails, Sister M. Generose 
Gilgenbach, Ruth, 42, 55 
Gilles, Marjorie, 34, 58 
Ginnow, Clova, 43-45, 54, 66, 67 
Gist, Charlotte Watson, 73 
Gladwell, Lois, 42, 54 
Gochanuer, Vila, 34 
Gochnauer, Myrth, 43-45, 54, 61 
Good, Harry, 63 
Goodier, Wendell, 39 
Goodrich, Marjorie, 23 
Govin, Charles 
Graper, Bette, 43-45, 52, 55 
Green, Daniel, 9 
Green, Janice, 49, 68 
Greuel, Ervin, 44 
Grundsted, Don, 30 
Gullickson, Joyce, 51, 66, 68 

Haase, Robert, 50 

Hadden, Ann, 10 

Hagemann, Jean, 43-45, 57, 66 

Hageseth, Robert, 31 

Hagiwara, Toshio Buster, 23, 59 

Halverson, Donald, 47, 66 

Halvorson, Keith, 49, 67 

Hamilton, Richard, 30 

Hansen, H. M„ 11, 63 

Hanson, Marian, 23 

Hanson, Robert, 51 

Harmeling, Neva, 32, 35, 55 

Harper, Margaret, 10 

Hart, Annabelle, 51, 58, 66, 68 

Hartung, Lucille, 24 

Hasslinger, Elizabeth, 43-45, 56, 61 

Haywood, Dona, 42, 55, 68 

Hazerian, Parnik, 48 

Hebert, Rosemary, 35, 68 

Hegy, Helen, 50, 66 

Heimerl, Barbara, 32, 35, 54 

Heimstead, Eileen, 46 

Heimstead, Robert C, 46 

Hein, Wilbert, 35 

Heistad, Anna Marie, 35, 56 



77 



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H*1ei>. fUnl 35, SO 
H-irlr-fl, |mh, 41 45. Wl. 61 
Ifcu. i>1vf*i. » 
IWtnlrnttti, Hutlun. 23 
Hiifl^J. WlOWim. 41 
Mtaifiawi, Lfltand, 27 
Knvfc, Dwi-alHL JO 
HumJo, F*un, 42 
Fl JVf1"H*, rt. 55 

H^Jft. <5#tiiij*. 44 

HlhJ!H*, l^U-fPU", i'l 

HomU. M.Hty*. 24, 57, 03 
Hitfvtd. fl-py/rt^. 35 
MuwjtiKi- »**tiJr, W. W. fit 

}i^.wiK.n, M^. BwSofc, 12 

|Eu .rli-"i H'V' '», 23 

Hull Re***, 3D 

|Emtbk-k«r r Jttfti, 24, S3, 57, 00, 02, 63 
ifuiMikiM. Muty, 43 45. 1?, 10, 06, M 
IIUwjiwHlK, |(imo*. 3Q 

Irvirfint. Dwothr, 24 
Iihjw*LI, CIUI.jp .1. U 
|p>jw*Ll, Pool r.:: 
Ivefrort, iMt.ikl. 34 
lv4t.Cn, UIUlih. 34. 56, 61 

j.jct*I-Ti, cur-it.j. it 
fuck**, Vwiti«j*p. 3fi 
kreotaton. VlKilfli.i. 34, M. 54 
lum. rtorcjftiOT, 43 45. 58 
|.[.l, LilJlnii, 9, 55 
tab fa, 4fl, Ml, 6?. M 
Minion, dap', tin*, H 5? 
lahnKui, Dnroihir, lfl 
rtirnw.ii. Kikfrad, W 
MMMA. PtiylUi. BOj 3ft, fifi 
leUtjitfe, Any, 

fVjnumiurk, MctrMto, SO, I). 6! 
Kcpri"r jVhup*. M, Bi 
Htam 4 iVy, 41 1V 64 
KuMlHihi. Ufllkrt. 4:f 45, fifi 
K*rilny, Muty, 32. 30, Mi, fifi 
KlSft, A^l(i*y f 3d. r J5. fifi 

p»iHi, FVnr4, II 

JC#11#pl. Mti. Gluij/i, SI 

r»1»i A!n,:i. ffl, Ml 

Kpmt.&Mi, John. 33 

pftlmwr. M-iiMr^, 30, W, 17, 60, CI 

Klltwr. HuPh, 40, ft* 

EtOMUyfit, M., V>. W*. £8 

tomta piutiii*. 3*, si, ti 



e«rt. M*rl-, 40 
KlnUpJWV P* 1 ^. ^3 45 

%,+t&»< n.trpi*i, 25, ie 
JCnHKhii*, Pviiftir, 36, Bl. fi?, 51 
frapp. Murifi 25, 57. C4 
KrnnirtA, ]fl*. 21 
Kitrmmliutftf, 8"«¥. *M5 
Kramutti. Itstai, 41. i* 
frtinfUAh. Btft " 
KMim Irum, 43. 58. fi4 
Kri»b, BdbiiHl, 24 5*. 61, 03. fifi 
KuautiO, l^tikl, !il 

Uihi?#, Ynrimlk. 4 It 45, Ml, fi4 

LclPffPPP, pWl IT. SS 

1. ji mu, lUriH»ii. 4345 
Utkhp, kn-. 36 r Ml, Mt 
I.-iihm. Mt*«, 15, M, M, tB 

J..iwi:i», "...PUi. 33 

p>pkay r WltlJam, 41 

[ «.. A«*r., 4- 

U>, Uii'iUUi, 4>41, 5fi 

U>, H.jpi<4i, 43.45, S'J. W), 06 

S^i.l.lrl, fVm!. 21 

Umim, M#I*Ih. 38 
UapeW, Wayn-^ 33 

Und»ll, FlaiBruM, 21 

IJrKlnw, rit.Hi**, 30, £5, 60, W 

LdELT-y, >'.nli», 20. 03, 00 

I.Lll*. M'EFT, 30, 01 

t.uo.y, Sell, 31 
UwJ#, All-Pt*. 25, i8. 03 
LgtUi, ClKifbtl*, 20, IT. 0?, 0B 
LylMf, K'jtbrn, 47. 434 !>. C1 

W^IL^ik Ddficl, 35. M 
Uudlion. RuIIl, JO, 53,17.00 
M.inir. Mtii-j**r, SO. 51), fid 
M..l,l.-1i, f^hfr, 4FJ 
M,Friri-ilL, Ann*, fi 
Mcipiln. Kvni, 37 
MtPHlrv. RolwM, 23 
M-jrjr. I^pwpiiirv , », ll d 00 
UaMfc, SHIJ4. '.M 
M-jvm. trwnp'itl, JO 

MoOnitoanii Hup^r fl - 5H 
MoKfflbiB, On, 25 
Mr Xlrnk*f, Hit.ti.jnJ, 50 
M-K^wn, flcptrlrba, 37, 10, Bl 
U.UlkjP!, M.Pri*. Of. 6T. 03 
McA^^ri. »ftti*tL 38 
MK>it**pL, tim>iM, 40 
M WUUotBt, VH.ji.nk j. SO, 54 
fvt-HUl*. Murr. 51, OS, 00 
r^fj.jij^. nitwit, 47 
M*lpe««. RoLcpt^ 01 
U*K*m Wlnirr*l 
tJ*rk, HcjUpI. 51 
MpiVUvy. d<rr«ii», 31 



Mi'iT. h'J""^. 4& 
M*rU, D*kM**. 42, 51 

MfTli, UVnnt, 4J, B| 

Moifji. Hrl«n, 43-45, 55, 01. BO 

M( h^peli, BuOt. ?. ^3 

Miikr, iru.^nfl, 30 

MlJbP. I^w, ^ 01, 00, 0* 

Hllkn, MH1.JH. II 

JviJlrHMi. 11. 0„ II 

Mlln«, OlFut. 32, 3t, 50. 5X 04, 00 

Miirfffij, t;»j«m, 30, SO. 60 

Wi.^i, 0<wpq*H 31 
MlycprtiM, tud, 20, 50, 00 
hfcwtt, Mi].:lr«.«. ID. OS 
■.1,...L..r 1- n.-.r 
W..M.4 Mm, Mi« Bl, 75 

M'Uml, My itl*, 50 
N*>i*;n, llurlon 1".. 0. £J'« 
H«lp..Ph r. iV.rrrwl, 35 
H^|*J-,PI, UrriaKM, 10 
NaUvn, Lmllk. 43 45, fit 

KnlFMfi, QPTfllU. 41 

HtlMOy PipmI C, 11, 03 

!1«Lw>», Bulh, 30, 17 

Httlfon, H4iili]»y, 17 

UaniJ, Tittl*r. 4345, 5fi 

Nr^rinl. II ■hum. 37, 50 

Nfcli. Onh-Un*. 30, 55, 00 

Nlcel. Uunv 40 

Httftux I^MbiiK, 

Ktir*n^]cjf.p, lu.Pr^i. 50. 50. 06 

tfnuvnUjTj, Dw*lhf\ 38, 10, OS, 04. fifi 

r/.jplli, ^ivwirtP, K), (j2 

KuIIh tMiy, ?7, 5B, Ot, 04, 00 

Hutpjttf Mir-rJ, 20 

dm. < :-.r.|in, "7 
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- (jopiipm, hi1, 50, IB 
Qd«v UuK 52 

OIvpU. N ,u TPti f P. 42. OS 
OLiOtU '•'-■■ ■■"■ ^ 
OiiuFtttlm, JWplX 27. 10, 03 

IAk», M*fruitp»i, 43-45 
iVtill, VuIn i Ip, 50, 1.4 
i'.ihml. l-'ll*. ffi, 61, Ofl 
hrtin»r. W<Hflti t ,10. 61 
frppikw, iVlVfiPn*. 43.45, SB 
pcmly, C^illMPlfHi. 01 
P(iH rlrhjw, Pump, 45 
P"]V!i*. Dpqippw, 47 
PwtmttrMi AlhWl, 20 
!',.v.jp-.n, r*cipv 27, 01, 07, 03 
r'aipy, IcdiPt, 27 
,'•■..•... 'iVin. iii. 37 



78 



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PhlLUpt, Hulk 74 

1'. H*nl*i'|«t r Wlllbnn, 35 
pgwan, Frank. 30 

Pit*, Mori*, t, 43 
ProljJK'lk, Muslim, 43-45, 81 

l^t.-yriLr- "k, r;-.ln,i. 12 
Ftutt. Z**nM, 3* 
JNilrwm. Fa*, 4&45 

OnllUiHi. load. 31. 52, 65, B3. 60 

Tt.i||*tly. Vwnon. It 

p.tr, T. Efktif, B 

H».tmryni|, MMharit. 4345, 85 

n»klilliKi. Maiv. tt, 56, w. w 

HfiifllJL'k. Lnli, 17 

Rtl.Ur. A« Mdifo 3?. 57, 63 

H#* rwWi. Urin. 38, ft, M, 63 

»brli, Q. L I 

RklVii'i-. MrjfUiw. 39, 55. «, 86 

hi. h.jnl*^n. CWU*. 40 

Rk-ltard*in h Mirty T<m#. 19 

KkhnMncti, ptti. 50, 61 

RM», &.nfc*, 39, », 60 

Rkt?*fl, Mart, 30, 65, 61 

Hkurtll, Alien, 2* 

mkr, Ftl^n. 50 

h.l q ■■ ■ w . Jl-irvv. 34 

Ht-twtli, HflJ^y, 4? 45, 55, 67. 81 

Boek, ftfowd, 44 

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